Understanding Motion Sickness

Motion sickness can be one of the most frustrating conditions to deal with, especially for those who are going out for long drives. Understanding how motion sickness works and how it affects you can help you prevent it in the future.

Your inner ear is directly responsible for your motion sickness. It is related to the balance-center of your brain, and when you get into a moving vehicle, that center may be thrown out of tune. When that happens, some of the best things you can do involve turning that center off, and two of the most popular and effective ways are through dramamine and sleep on long drives.

A good car will also help you effectively combat your motion sickness. Make sure you ask the experts at Audi Downtown LA about some of their motion-sickness friendly options, and see what vehicle you take with you off the lot!

 

 

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